According to Kasarani Police boss Anthony Mbogo, 59-year-old Man Wangethi Chege arrived at the police station on Tuesday and requested the officers to go and pick up the deceased's body at his house.
A report seen by Citizen Digital details that Chege met the said lady in a local club in Zimmerman and took her to his home.
"Alipokuja alisema walipatana kwa club moja la burudani hapa Zimmerman (when he came he said they and met at a local joint here in Zimmerman), and then they decided to go to his house that is when the incident happened." The police boss told the reporters.
Chege is then said to have stabbed the woman multiple times in the back and head after the lady had turned into a ghost. He then went to the police station to report the matter but the police boss said they were suspecting that he was trying to defend his actions.
Police found two kitchen knives at the scene of the crime which was used by the suspect for the heinous act, the suspect has been placed in lawful custody waiting for the full investigation. The body was taken to City Mortuary for postmortem and identification.
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